Eco and you friendly PVC, non toxic yoga mat free of all the harmful stuff: phthalates, latex, and lead. Vibrant designs are printed with sustainable UV-cured inks. Created with love in California.
Yoga Mat Dimensions: 24" x 70" x 1/4" (6mm)
Shipping and Delivery Times: Expect 5-7 business days for delivery within the continental United States.
Shipping is included in selling price within the continental USA. For shipments to Alaska & Hawaii shipping is charged separately at checkout.
Domestic Return Policy: All sales are final after 7 days of customer receiving product/s. Product/s may be returned for a full refund within this period at Customer's expense in the original shipping container if they show no damage or sign of use. Requests for returns or exchanges of any of our accessories must be reported within 7 days of receipt to customer service. Please contact email@example.com to arrange returns/exchanges.
How you use our products is up to you. Please practice safely.
Take Care Space does not offer medical opinions on the use of yoga or any exercise program. As with any exercise product or program, consult your physician/medical professional prior to use of the products offered here. Take Care Space disclaims any warranties and liability for injury caused by use of the products sold herein. By purchasing products from this website, you acknowledge receiving the warnings and limitations of liability herein. Additionally, the purchaser bears full responsibility for ensuring that the products are properly maintained.
Magic Carpet Yoga Mat Collection
The mats in our Magic Carpet Yoga Mat collection are among the best yoga mats available. Find your happy healing space on our lead free, latex free, phthalate free, toxic free, and eco friendly premium designer mats. These unique yoga mats are 6mm thick and feature original painted art work by local artist, Sophie Leininger.
Sophie is an Oakland, CA based Multidisciplinary Artist, Designer, and Entrepreneur. Her work is centered in large scale immersive visual experiences that evoke storytelling, healing, and feminine, dreamlike textures. In recent years, her visual storytelling has expanded to creative and art directing editorial photography, feature films, and theatre. She revels in collaborative next level projects that embody truth telling, emotional emancipation, and exercising an unapologetically free spirit. Leininger holds a BA in Studio Art from Mills College, 2009.
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Artist Spotlight: Fernanda Martínez is a Mexican artist based in Oakland, California. She graduated in communications and moved to California where she created La Tinta, her personal brand. Fernanda’s art is best recognized for its highly expressive spirit; through her work she explores the relation with the environment by incorporating nature elements as themes, using gouache and acrylic as mediums. Over the past two years, Fernanda has exhibited her work throughout pop-up markets, galleries and local events; she has also collaborated with brands licensing designs for seasonal retail and textile collections. La Tinta’s products can be found in local bay area stores and select online platforms.
Founded in April 2019, Take Care Space:
We believe that love starts from within and that everyone is worthy.
We believe that size matters only when it comes to heart or spirit.
We believe in diversity, inclusivity and acceptance.
We believe in the beauty found in all shapes, colors, and sizes.
We believe that self care is community care.
We believe that kindness and compassion can change the world.
We believe in taking care of ourselves, each other and our planet.
We believe that racism has no place in our #takecarespace.
Ji Bowlus is the heart-centered, woman of color founder and Chief Care Officer of Take Care Space.
And she has made a career of connecting others and inspiring them to action. Bowlus spent two decades successfully leading Brand Partnership teams, leveraging technology, experiential activations, and relationships with talent to tell stories that impacted millions of people on behalf of her brand clients.
Equally as meaningful, she has made a personal career out of learning how to love and care for herself which she says is a continual process. Ji’s story is one of recovery from trauma and the journey to self love has been her lifeline.
“While I have no control of people, places, or things, I can absolutely control how I treat myself and others. These truths fueled my desire to create Take Care Space, a vision that is bigger than yoga mats, while also celebrating the idea that even a 24x70 space can be someone’s physical ‘Take Care Space,’ Bowlus says.